In the meals of the Japanese, there are always sea fish, green vegetables, etc., which help them stay healthy and keep slim shape.

Minimize the amount of energy in the meals

For Japanese people, there are fewer calores in foods, fat, and starch in daily meals. If family members show signs of being overweight, they will cut energy, especially fat on the menu. This method of weight loss is applied long-term because it does not cut all energy-rich foods, strict diets, but only reduces and scientifically replaces food.

In addition, Japanese people lose weight by limiting fast food, sweets, high sugar drinks or reducing the amount of salt in food.

Divide food into small groups

This way of easily controlling the number of calories put into the body during daily meals is also a scientific way used by many countries.

Group of high-calorie foods including tarch (rice, bread, vermicelli); protein (meat, fish, milk); fat (animal fat and vegetable fat).

Eating group of low-calorie food

The body’s weight gain or weight loss depends heavily on the number of calories put into the body every day. Replace rice, seafood, meat, etc. with white porridge, fruit or vegetable juices twice a week. In particular, Japanese people also drink plenty of water before each meal to lose weight.

Diet depends on age and gender

For Japanese people, age affects diet so there is also an appropriate adjustment. At each age, the body’s metabolic capacity also changes, excess fat accumulated in the body is prone to diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, fatty blood, etc. So, people in this country very care about balancing nutrition by age for best health.

Nutrition awareness is formed in schools

The meal at the Japanese school is called “shokuiku“, meaning “food and nutrition education”. The children in the class serve each other to develop a self-sufficient culture and identify food. Children are aware of what food is needed for their bodies, avoiding the risk of obesity from an early age.

The Japanese secrets to keep fit and maintain slim shape (part 2)
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